PyProphet: Semi-supervised learning and scoring of OpenSWATH results.
PyProphet is a Python re-implementation of the mProphet algorithm  optimized for SWATH-MS data acquired by data-independent acquisition (DIA). The algorithm was originally published in  and has since been extended to support new data types and analysis modes [3,4].
Please consult the OpenSWATH website for usage instructions and help.
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We strongly advice to install PyProphet in a Python virtualenv. PyProphet is compatible with Python 3.
Install the development version of pyprophet from GitHub:
$ pip install git+https://github.com/PyProphet/pyprophet.git@master
Install the stable version of pyprophet from the Python Package Index (PyPI):
$ pip install pyprophet
pyprophet is not only a Python package, but also a command line tool:
$ pyprophet --help
$ pyprophet score --in=tests/test_data.txt
PyProphet is also available from Docker (automated builds):
Pull the development version of pyprophet from DockerHub (synced with GitHub):
$ docker pull pyprophet/master:latest
Pull the stable version (e.g. 2.1.2) of pyprophet from DockerHub (synced with releases):
$ docker pull pyprophet/pyprophet:2.1.2
The pyprophet tests are best executed using
py.test and the
$ pip install pytest $ pip install pytest-regtest $ py.test ./tests